Doctrinal Constraint Supreme Court Analysis

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Your thesis should be a variation of the following:

Consistent with the Constrained Court View, [Decision X] illustrates how the law constrains judicial discretion, suggesting that the law is likely to constrain the Court when …

OR

Consistent with the Dynamic Court View, [Decision X] illustrates how the law fails to constrain judicial discretion, suggesting that the law is unlikely to constrain the Court when …

The paper should be organized as follows:

1. Overview of competing views and observable implications

2. Summary of decision and its relevant background

3. Analysis (presenting best arguments and counter-arguments)

4. Conclusion (hypothesizing when law is likely to constrain or not constrain the courts)

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